Sunday, March 3, 2024

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Political opponents to close friends: Joe Walsh and Fred Guttenberg fight for civil discourse 

Once bitter adversaries on social media, former congressman Joe Walsh and gun control advocate Fred Guttenberg have joined forces for a speaking tour on civil discourse, kicking off their initiative at the university on Feb. 21. The duo found common ground against gun violence and now strive to model respectful disagreement for the next generation.

Photo Gallery: Women’s lacrosse secures dominant win over Kent State

Photographer Jacob Letnaunchyn captures Delaware's dominant 18-4 win over Kent State on Feb. 25. The Blue Hens moved to 4-1 on the season with the victory.

Delaware farmers markets achieve record-breaking 2023 revenue

Delaware farmers markets experienced an unprecedentedly high profit in 2023. Experts and students explain the uptick and what sets farms apart from traditional grocery stores.

Photo Gallery: International Coffee Hour

Photographer Christina Natalini captures International Coffee Hour in Trabant on Feb. 23.

Movie review: Is “The Boy and the Heron” meant for me and you?

The latest film from the critically acclaimed Japanese animation studio, Studio Ghibli, hit U.S. movie theaters on Dec. 8. As a lifelong fan of Ghibli productions, Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Gaby Nieves was excited to see the movie but was surprised by her own reaction.

Opinion: Will Florida’s social media ban solve anything?

Florida’s House of Representatives approved a strict legislation on social media: Kids under 16 will lose the option to use most platforms. As addictive as social media is, Staff Reporter Patty Harden questions if a ban is really the right thing to do in lieu of other strategies to keep younger ones safe in the world of social media.

University students display solidarity for Palestine

Given the state of the Israel-Hamas war, Students for Justice in Palestine held a “kite vigil” in solidarity with the many Palestinian casualties. Event attendees and SJP leaders explain their perspectives regarding the ongoing fight.

Personal essay: Adjusting to dorm life as an only child

Staff Reporter and only child Jessica Mehr recounts her first semester of dorm life and its impact. In this personal essay, she reflects on the unique challenges and the new lessons she's learned in the process.

The (average) World of Coca-Cola

Many people spend their holidays traveling, and a family trip to the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Georgia, can be invigorating. Staff Reporter Patty Harden documents her visit to the museum and how it may be less than what it sounds.

Photo Gallery: Women’s basketball loses nailbiter to Drexel, 61-59

Photographer Jordan Rosales covers Delaware's loss against Drexel on Feb. 18.

Blue Hens go green: Faculty discuss the university’s approach to sustainability on campus

As global environmental issues become an increasingly prevalent problem, efforts towards sustainable responses have grown. Interviews with faculty members assess the university’s performance so far and suggest strategies for improvement moving forward.

What to know about the Education Resource Center

The Education Resource Center (ERC) is an asset on campus tailored for supporting students within education majors by providing curriculum resources and services. This deeper dive into the center reveals all of its details.

Parody: “I’m Just Hen”

The song “I’m Just Ken” from the “Barbie” movie would be much better if it was written for the university’s mascot, YoUDee. Staff Writer Danny Tull and Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick give the gift of turning our favorite hen into the new Ken in this parody.

Poem: Effeuiller la marguerite

Staff Writer Percy Allen III reflects on how his identity makes him feel isolated in his own dating community. In doing so, he realizes that the traits he is most proud of are also the biggest sources of his insecurities.

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